Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has called on all countries to stop supplying weapons to Israel.
He emphasized that we oppose the forcible eviction of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip while speaking to the BRICS conference via video link. Gaza should immediately resume receiving humanitarian help.
Mohammed bin Salman stressed the necessity of creating a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders and we call for the start of meaningful discussions to end the Palestinian conflict.
Expressing stark concern, he condemned the relentless civilian atrocities occurring in Gaza, targeting innocent lives, healthcare centers, and places of worship. The situation, he stressed, mandates a unified effort to halt the humanitarian crisis.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman emphasized the critical need for collective action to prevent Gaza's worsening humanitarian plight. Urgent measures are required to facilitate safe relief operations and ensure ongoing aid delivery to the region.
Highlighting Saudi Arabia's unwavering stance, the Crown Prince reiterated support for a two-state solution in Palestine, underscoring the necessity of granting Palestinians their legitimate rights and establishing a sovereign state within the 1967 borders.
The ongoing BRICS Virtual Summit witnessed the participation of several nations, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, China, Egypt, Russia, Brazil, India, South Africa, Argentina, Ethiopia, and Iran. Also in attendance was UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.